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either president obama or mitt romney have good ideas for reforming it? nope. that's what a long-time republican says. i'll talk to him. also, china's growth is fueling a fair portion of the global economy. what happens if that growth slows down? we'll explore. first, here's my take. the controversy over the d desecration of copies of iran and the murder of americans that follow is at one level, one moment in a long complicated war. it also highlights the difficult and ultimately unsustainable aspect of america's afghan policy. president obama wants to draw down u.s. troops, but his strategy remains to transition power and authority to an afghan national army and police force as well as to the government in kabul which would run the country and its economy. this is a fantasy. we must recognize that and pursue a more realistic alternative. the united states tends to enter wars in developing countries with a simple idea, modernize the country and you will solve the national security problem. an articulation of that approach came from none other than newt gingrich during a 2010 spee
democratic. >> but you must know mitt romney. you know everyone. >> i barely know him. i barely know him. >> all right. final question. you are almost 80 years old. you are an olympic fencer. you taught yourself how to play the cello. what is the secret to managing a life in which you are able to do so many things with such distinction? do you take a special protein powder? >> i do that. but i also have for years, at the beginning of every year, since i was 15, written down things i'd like to do. >> that year? >> that year. >> and, you know, if i've wanted to be president of the united states, that wasn't possible, but i thought i can could be chief justice of australia. i would write these things down and i'd have this two days of dreaming about what i wanted to do. i must tell you at 78, the options are a lot less. now it's about health and it's about some of the things that i might be able to do. but i'm looking forward, i hope, to a few more years of active life. >> but you still write it down? >> it's gotten very short. >> it's been a pleasure to have you on. >> thank you very much,
still trails front-runner mitt romney in the overall delegate count. romney leads the pack with 458 delegates. santorum trails in second place
that mitt romney is a candidate who will be in favor of the agenda you have for him? or the party? >> two things. he has made the commitment both four years ago and this year he will oppose any net tax increase. he is for tax reform, against tax increases. two, he's endorsed the outlines of paul ryan's plan. ryan's plan reduces obama's overspending by $6 trillion -- >> i'm asking you, do you trust mitt romney? >> for two reasons. one, i trust him because i've talked to him about it. i trust him because he's made the comments. but secondly, the republicans are now in a position where they will govern from the house and the senate. in the same way that the democrats did for 60 years. so the next republican president will work with the republicans in the house and senate which is why you know what the plan will be. it will be something that looks very much like the ryan plan. >> grover norquist, good to have you on. >> good to be with you. >>> and we will be back. >> right now our gas prices go up, as the president said in his press conference, because when the chinese aren't getting their 6
senator won the kansas caucuses racking up twice as many votes as mitt romney who won caucuses in guam and the northern mariy a.m. island. hawaii and american samoa have caucuses. those are your top stories. now back to fareed zakaria "gps." >>> israeli prime minister benjamin netanyahu gave president obama a gift in washington this week. it was a copy of the book of esther which tells the tale of a benevolent king who saved the jewish people from an enemy who wished to destroy them. a persian enemy. not very slgts. where does the conflict end? i have an excellent banal to buck that much more where daniel levy, brett stevens, of course, the foreign affairs columnist for the "wall street journal", rula jab ril is an israeli-arab journalist who has worked as an anchor woman, and elliott abrams was national security advisor in george w. bush's administration. so elliott, tell us what you think netanyahu took back from his visit to washington? what do you think -- how did he read the mood and what did he tell his cabinet when he went back? >> i think he would have read the desire on the pa
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